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news tonight at 5:00. good evening, everyone, i'm jean mackin. tom: and i'm tom griffith. police in new field just announced that a former scow master from is chrnlged with sexual assault. jean: jennifer vaughn has the details. reporter: they started this investigation based on reports from multiple victims. officers arrested 69-year-old eugene fero earlier today, charged with aggravated felonious sexual assault. details have not been released yet, but investigators do say he was a scout master to are the boy scouts of nesh from the mid 90's until 2006. in both newfield and epping. he's now out on bail, he will be back in court in december. police are also asking anyone with any further information on this case to call them or seacoast crime stoppers. general fawr vaughn, jean:
taking new steps to make sure all of its storm drains are secure after the body believed to be that of a nashua teenager was found in the merrimack river. 16-year-old jacob goulet disappeared friday during the heavy rains. hamm hamm is live in nashua, with the latest. >> people are shocked and saddened which this tragedy and lay this afternoon, nashua city officials said they have reviewed and analyzed this thorough leave, the reached out to experts and are unable to determine why this great moved in the first place. but they're doing everything they can to make sure there is not a repeat. it's become a memorial for jacob goulet. gow ray was last seen friday evening. surveillance cameras caught him walking in the area, and his hat and umbrella were found near the
to secretary clinton's visit, calling her a career politician offering the same old washington corruption... and saying new hampshire voters are "looking forward to sending donald trump to the white house to 'drain the swamp'"... live on the saint anselm campus, adam sexton, wmur news 9. *republican nominee donald trump has started a three- day stretch in florida -- a vital swing state in this presidential election. but he has *new *hampshire buzzing... after his comments on a granite state radio show... about the most recent woman to accuse him of sexual assault. critics say today's interview on w-g-i-r's "new hampshire today" amounted to *mocking the woman -- but trump says he's just pointing out how ridiculous the lies about him have become. 4:12 - "this one that came out recently. he grabbed me, and he grabbed me on the arm. oh, i'm sure she's never been grabbed before. and they make it so -- it is, it's all lies. it's all lies. it is made up." 4:24
that it's a lie. otherwise, women i particular out there will say, oh gee, i don't like that he did that. these are lies. these are fabricated stories, have no truth to them whatsoever." 4:55 trump says he will file suit against the women accusing him of assault. he spent the rest of the day focused on gathering support in florida -- including a meeting with first responders and a round-table with farmers. he brushed off polls showing that he's falling behind hillary wmur wmur >> don't forget the granite state debates begin one week for tomorrow, beginning with the gubernatorial debate on
district on the third, and the second congressional district on the fourth. we will be live streaming them at 7:00 and on our free mobile app. >> a state trooper was nearly hit by a truck in manchester around 12:30 this afternoon. the trooper was responding to them -- an accident on 293 and crashed into three other cars. hospital and is ok. >> it has happened quite a bit. hopefully we are getting the message out to slowdown, especially with the construction on interstate 93 and 293. >> the driver of a box truck is cited for negligent driving.
293 looks good in the spot. >> peggy james joins us for the evening commute. >> we have a good commute going on with the exception of one spot, a road closure on route 1a southbound in hampton. seek an alternate route if you are making your way through. things are looking good from salem m londonderry. hooksett tools -- tolls are looking good. you have the typical busy spots on 101 towards bedford and the everett turnpike. 101 looks good.
>> a manhunt prompted one new england district to cancel classes. >> what the suspect did that has police worried about student safety. >> he has a gun. >> shots fired. >> a police right along takes a terrifying turn. cameras were rolling when a traffic stop turned into a dangerous chase. >> of us, but that will not stop colder air from settling in. a look at the week ahead. . >> a possible kidnapping under investigation. police say the vehicle in this case was abandoned 30 miles away. >> at 6:00, volunteers heading
the suspect pulled a gun on him. >> i saw him behind the dumpster. that is when he pulled the gun on me. he said, if you come any closer, i will shoot you. i went into the house and called the police. tom: so far, there have been three sightings of the suspect, aaron run. tom: massachusetts police are investigating a wrong way crash. five people were killed, including the wrong way driver, on 495. the impact was so strong that it caused the victims' cars to burst into flames. >> there was no time for evasive action by the northbound motor vehicle to avoid the vehicle traveling the wrong way.
two recent graduates were among the victims. jean: the driver of a semi truck that killed 13 people said he is less to be alive. advice was returning to los angeles when it slammed into the back of a truck. the bus went about 15 feet into a trailer. >> the impact was from behind. i j jean: the truck driver said after regaining consciousness, he helped those injured. the bus driver may have had a medical issue. tom: police video from a right along in california making headlines after a traffic stop and it in gunshots. the whole thing was caught on video. reporter: caught on camera in
appears mundane. >> white mazda. reporter: video shows the officer with a civilian guest in the cruiser trying to pull over a mazda. >> you are kidding me. reporter: the driver takes off. the officer chases after the suspect. the woman in the cruiser screams as the squad car is about to come under fire. >> he has a reporter: you can see the gunfire. in all, someone from the passenger side shooting and hitting the police cruiser, forcing the officer to end pursuit. the department shared photos of the windshield shattered, and a gun found in the car the suspect abandoned.
part of the citizens academy to show how police work. the outcome could have been much worse. >> 14 rounds, two through the window. incredibly lucky. we had a round that went into a residence. reporter: thankfully, the officer was not injured, and the woman will be ok. she suffered minor cuts from broken glass. >> now, josh judge with your storm watch forecast. josh: today felt fairly normal for this time of year. those temperatures are quickly falling now that the sun is setting. the winds have been busy as well. check out the temperatures in northern new hampshire. already either side of 40 degrees.
white mountains in the 50's after upper 50's in some spots. concord making it to 59 for a high temperature today. the average high for today is 58. we went just above average but nowhere near the record of 81 from 1963. record cold is 10. it can get cold this time of year. from 20 to 30 miles per hour. 29 in the last hour in nashua. the wind continues to hang around. as it bumps into the mountains, it creates clouds, as well as some snowflakes at times. winds tomorrow, hanging in there. similar to what we saw today in terms of sunshine in southern new hampshire. flurries possible in the mountains.
notice the lines, called wave clouds, generated as the wind goes over the mountains. the clouds do not make it into much of central and southern new hampshire. the winds come back down the mountains and dry out the air. windy and cloudy, and you can see occasional flurries in the mountains. morning. you could see a dusting of an inch or so in some parts of the mountains. not as much as this weekend. current conditions, cloudier to the north and west, clear to the south and east. temperatures drop tonight. the wind will not allow them to fall as far as they might have. high pressure keeping it a fairly calm weekend, but fairly chilly.
tomorrow, we are talking 40's. tonight's cloud cover and flurries, snow showers in the mountains, mainly clear everywhere else. more of the same on the way for tomorrow. clouds in the mountains and clear skies elsewhere. breezy and cooler for tomorrow. tonight, we are getting into the 30's about everywhere. a couple spots in the upper 20's in northern new hampshire as temperatures really dip prior to degrees cooler than today, and still windy as well. it will feel very chilly. much like we picture for october. as you can see, no rain. tom: thanks. vying for new hampshire's highest office. how will they handle the state's biggest problem? jean: the presentations for the
you know me. that's new hampshire kelly ayotte. this is washington kelly ayotte. she voted for 20 billion dollars in tax breaks for the big oil companies. but she voted against letting you refinance your student
loans. ayotte voted to give a huge tax breaks to millionaires. while 95% of us... got nothing. kelly ayotte. you need to know in washington. s not working for new hampshire. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm frank guinta and i approve this message. narrator: new hampshire has one of the worst opiate epidemics in the nation. and frank guinta is leading the charge to fight it. erin canterbury: when i met congressman guinta, it was like a breath of fresh air. he said to me "what can i do?" "how can i help?" narrator: frank guinta founded and chairs the bipartisan task force to combat the heroin epidemic. canterbury: frank guinta understands this is not
differently to combat the problem. >> when you have 1000 families that have lost loved ones in the past two years, on track for another 500 more to lose their lives, it is a health crisis that i have not seen in my lifetime. it has really affected the fabric and culture of our state. my program gets aggressive with prevention at a younger age. it does not do the old school just say it brings parents and caretakers in to teach them the warning signs, the resources you have if you spot a loved one or youngster dealing with this issue. we need to make sure law enforcement has enough resources. we need transparency. my program looks at providing transparency between pharmaceutical companies and the doctors. how these drugs should be prescribed, what are the risks,
>> we must overcome the drug crisis and addiction crisis threatening our state. we have started to come together to do that, but there is definitely more we can do. i was proud to cast the deciding vote to extend medicaid coverage to 50,000 citizens, including a drug abuse and addiction treatment benefit that we did not have a few years ago. thousands are already accessing care. but it will expire onhe i will make that permanent and do more to invest in preventative care, treatment and recovery services. i believe every kid in every school new hampshire should have a curriculum that helps them understand in an evidence-based way, the connection between prescription painkillers and opioids and fentanyl. most people addicted to heroin
so prevention, cracking down on drug companies that have been fraudulently marketing in our state, those are things we can do to be more aggressive. tom: what is the best way to stop the flow of drugs into the state? we will take that up with the congressional candidates in the next half hour. jean: at 5:30, would you pay extra to fly in a row without children? tom: and the season's first tom: and the season's first slopes will open tomor shot, snow clouds. this picture was snapped in jefferson. jefferson. submit your pictures on wmur.com uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served
her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around.
my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he
was befriended by two men in a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said, uhh, i don't remember. he's a mexican. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't... words have an influence. violence causes pain. hate can rip us apart. i know what can happen as the result of hate, and donald trump should never be our president. priorities usa action
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investigation in the lakes region tonight. now at 5:30 the possible kidnapping that has a neighborhood on edge. >> this is the boat that's going -- the vote that is going to make or break america. >> not everyone has to wait two weeks to cast their ballot. massachusetts' first ever early
>> temperatures are cooling plus more chances for rain in the forecast. a look at which days you'll need your umbrella this week. jean: four inches of rain isn't enough to wipe out the fire danger this fall. what you need to know before heading outdoors. jean: police in laconia are investigating what they're calling a possible kidnapping. welcome >> i'm tom griffin. authorities say a witness reported seeing a woman being pulled into a car last night. jean: as wmur's andy hershberger explains, police say many of the details are just not clear. andy: authorities say they are still looking for a potential suspect and victim as they sort through what allegedly happened last night. police say they were called to cottage street around 11:30 last night for a report of a possible kidnapping. >> the reporting party indicated
male subject had gotten out of the vehicle as well. went after her, grabbed her by the hair, and physically dragged her back into the vehicle. andy: police say the witness followed the car for a short distance and was able to get a license plate number. police say the vehicle was later recovered at a residence in concord with no one inside. curtis albert lives on cottage street and says he heard the commotion. curtis: i was laying in bed watching tv and heard a female screaming very left at a very high rate of speed. andy: police say based on what they know there is a possibility of an assault and kidnapping, but beyond that authorities have little to go on. >> at this point we do not know her identity. we're following up several leads to track down her identity and find out the status of her, but at this point we don't even know who she is to find out if she is okay. andy: anyone with information is
police. in laconia, andy hershberger, wmur news 9. tom: police are trying to identify the man they say stole hundreds of dollars of merchandise from the lebanon walmart. take a close look at this surveillance picture. police say the man pictured fled. he was confronted by security officers and they were able to retrieve most of the merchandise. jean: the university of maine is mourning the death of a beloved professor killed while doing research in antarctica. school officials say gordon hamilton was 100 feet. hamilton was there conducting ice and glacier research for the national science foundation. he was 50 years old. tom: back to commitment 2016 coverage and early voting is under way in massachusetts. this is the first time in the state's history that people are allowed to cast their ballots early. residents can early vote now through november 4. today early birds caught long
>> this is the vote that is going to make or break america. end of story. that's why i'm here. >> i was trying to avoid lines but looks like everybody else had that as well. tom: ballots cast early will not be counted until all polls close on november 8. jean: as part of our candidate questions, we asked whether congress should authorize the use of military force to go after drug cartels across the border. here are the answers from the >> i think what we're doing right now for interdiction for people and drugs is good, but i also think we need to follow the money. we need to cut off the money because that is the blood for the cartels, the money. we know that there is a lot of money washing with multi national financial institutions. so we really need to work more closely to prosecute, a criminal
laundering money. >> what we should do, i've been to the border back in april. we need to work with mexico and our drug policy does not include from this president a requirement of mexico to eliminate and eradicate its drugs in mexico. so i plan on working with the ambassador of mexico to try to address its own drug cartels. then you need to have the border secured not just on illegal immigration because almost a hundred percent of the heroin coming in is coming across that southern border. if you do those two things you're going to see a decline, massive decline in the supply. the third thing we need to do is better interdiction on our side. we're only interdicting 3% to 5% of drugs coming across our
if we had better introduction policy, you will see a higher rate of elimination of those drugs and see a steep decline in the supply. tom: another big issue in the election is the future of the supreme court. we'll take a closer look in a few moments. jean: also ahead, double-digit jumps. >> as we take a look at your seven-day forecast in a few minutes, we' l as maybe some mixed precipitation that could move in. tom: and also forget about milk. with these cookies you can put it right on this new girl scout cookie cereal. you know me.
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that washington is locked into a system where the special interests come before people. where drug company profits come before affordable medicine, the koch brothers and big oil come before clean energy, r small businesses. i'm maggie hassan. washington won't change overnight. but sending a new senator who puts your priorities ahead of special interests can make a difference. and that's why i approve this message. can make a difference. when all three of these guys show up, they come up with some crazy ideas. sometimes, i just have to say, "no way." so i appreciate it when annie kuster says "no"
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that'll hold down energy costs, create local jobs, and protect the environment. it's how we keep new hampshire moving forward. or grampa could just keep feeding the kids cake and ice cream. you get a lot of energy that way, too. tom: there you go. the video of the closing bell provided by the new york stock exchange and the dow-jones average jumped 77 points today to close at 18223. the s&p up 10. nasdaq up 52. we do have some breaking health care news now. the obama administration has just announced that health care premiums will go up by double-digit percentages next year. jean: this will affect millions of consumers who signed up through the federally run online
the mid level benchmark plan will increase by an average of 25%. administration officials say subsidies are also designed to go up to insulate most customers from a rate hike. signup season starts november 1. wall street seems skeptical of the at&t-time warner merger announced over the weekend. shares of both companies fell today. many are questioning whether the $85 billion merger will be approved byul been aggressive about fighting potential antitrust deals. this year alone it filed suit against three mergers in health insurance and the oil industry. an indian airline has added quiet zones for travelers who don't want to listen to noisy children. indigo won't book those rows for flyers under the age of 12. the special seats cost from $6 to $20 extra depending on the
your family but outside. the sporting goods retailer will stay closed on the day after thanksgiving despite it being one of the biggest shopping days of the year. even online shopping is suspended. orders placed online will be held in those virtual shopping carts until the next day. it will be a paid day for all of the r.e.i. employees. the company says it hopes they will spend the day outside. general mills says thin mints and caramel crunch are in a cereal version now and there is also a cereal version of samoas that will hit store shelves nationwide in january. general mills says some of the proceeds will benefit girl scouts. jean: sign me up. tom: good stuff. well, eating pizza, watching sports, getting paid to travel. those are the requirements for one job available right now. jean: see if you have what it
breaking for the boston celtics. today. jean: just ahead tonight friends and family are looking for answers tonight in the case of a nashua teen believed to have fallen into a storm drain. this as we await autopsy results on a body recovered from the merrimack river. and why a federal drug agent says new hampshire is ground zero for the opioid crisis. the work being done to uncover
for months and months of this. i'd like to punch
him in the face i'll tell you. there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her, wherever. kelly ayotte stood by him. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? would you point to him as a role model? absolutely. i would do that. but now, she's running away. trying to save her political career. kelly ayotte's all politics,
jean: the supreme court hangs in the balance this election season. tom: wmur's sally kidd is in washington with the very different ideas the presidential nominees have. sally: this is a pivotalom for the supreme court, with two justices in their 80's and one seat vacant. the u.s. supreme court could face its biggest ideological shift in decades. the death of justice scalia left a vacant seat, and the high court with an even split. mr. trump: i am looking to appoint judges very much in the mold of justice scalia. hillary clinton i want a supreme
choose. sally: the nominees have very different ideas about what kind of justice should fill the empty chair. mr. trump: respect the second amendment. ms. clinton: reverse citizens united. sally: the court could become more liberal than in the last 50 years if hillary clinton wins. >> her belief about the court stems from an idea that the constitution protects all of us not just people who are wealthy and powerful. trump would return to where it was before scalia passed. because there is no set constitutional time line for filling court vacancies scalia's seat could remain vacant long after the new president is sworn in. president obama's nominee judge garland has been in limbo since march and it's not clear yet whether senate republican leaders will move forward on garland during the lame duck
and, of course, the choice of a new justice could have huge implications on a number of issues. remember, one vote made the difference for the affordable care act, finance -- campaign finance, voting rights, and same sex marriage cases. live in washington, sally kidd, wmur news 9. jamie: this is a monday off for the bruins and celtics but we will see both of them a lot this week. bruins skate against minnesota tomorrow tn wednesday. celtics season opener is wednesday night at home with the brooklyn nets. boston celtics held the big ground breaking for a new training facility today. it will be called the auerbach center at new balance world headquarters named after the great red auerbach. the facility will be at boston landing on the west side where the bruins recently opened their new practice facilities specifically in brighton. the auerbach center will have a huge glass wall on the edge of the mass pike.
strength and conditioning areas, a players lounge, and much more. >> he's been named the greatest coach in nba history. perhaps the greatest coach in pro sports history. and the greatest executive in pro sports history. in addition to constructing all of those great championship teams, red was also a true leader in civil rights, equality, and respect for all. jamie: the celtics co-owner talking about why they named it after thank you. if you like sports and pizza, there is a job opening calling your name. jean: pizza hut will pay someone $50,000 to go to all of the ncaa basketball championships during the 2016-2017 season. the ideal candidate must have knowledge of sports. for more information about the position, we posted that at wmur.com. don't run away yet, tom. finish this before you sign up.
its winter season tomorrow. tom: it'll be the first eastern resort to open for snowboarding and skiing this season. tomorrow is only open for express card holders and for season pass members. the general public will be welcomed starting on wednesday. and this weekend snow and rain wasn't enough to drowned out the fire danger created by new hampshire's drought. authorities say falling leaves just add more fuel to an already dry condition. that they're remindingve extinguished, smoking materials put out properly, and ash from wood stoves stored in a metal container for several days and then doused with water. >> we've had the drought, which has led to drier conditions. the fires we are having are burning deeper and they're just taking more resources to put out. so as people are out in the woods and camp fires are started we just need them to make sure
dried up several water sources that firefighters rely on. josh: that wind that kicked up yesterday and is still around today helped to dry things out quite a bit and it's still around a little bit longer. a fairly dry but cooler week is ahead. we start off with a look at your current temperatures out there. it is certainly chilly. check out the northern part of the state already drifting down quickly int through the 40's into the lower 50's by the time you get to southern new hampshire. those winds out of the northwest. still gusting at times as high as 25, 30 miles per hour. closer look at your temperatures around the region, lower 50's in southeastern new hampshire. when you head to the southwestern part of the state, a lot of 40's showing up there. that'll be higher than the high temperatures for tomorrow, believe it or not. and then 40's to low 50's in central new hampshire. look how chilly it is in far
sturetstown, pittsburgh both reporting 31 degrees. you're already below the 32-degree mark. at 5:50 in the afternoon. here's those winds i was mentioning from 20 to 30-mile-per-hour wind gusts just in the last hour. they continue through the day tomorrow before calming on wednesday. the winds have been the reason for this. the clouds in the north country and snow flurries and showers at times. as the wind comes back down the mountains on the other side it dries out caldo today. we will tomorrow as well. the one difference tomorrow --. look, more snow beginning to pop up here. flurries for the most part but a few snow showers. these continue overnight and will probably increase more than what you see here and especially into tomorrow morning. some areas could see a dusting to an inch or two in some of the mountains yet tonight into
night out there as high pressure builds in but it is this clock wise flow of high pressure bringing down the colder air and it is certainly colder where our source air mass is. that is canada bringing it down in. that's why the temperatures are heading down tonight and into tomorrow and staying there for a good portion of the week until the weekend we get a little mild ther upcoming weekend probably back into the 50's. a nice day looking out your window tomorrow but certainly the wind will be around and as i mentioned in the 40's for high temperatures tomorrow in most locations south of the white hountains. on wednesday lots of sunshine. thursday starts off dry but in the afternoon some showers rolling in. it depends on the timing. if the showers move in in the morning it may start as a brief period of snow before going over. however, if it holds off into the afternoon like it probably
precipitation before going over to rain showers. lets you know you have to keep watching that. there is a look at the temperatures finally heading back up a little bit this weekend. but chilly and breezy. that's the two themes from this. jean: i'll say. tom: thank you so much. jean: well he can exterminate ghosts, take revenge on gophers, and even bring smiles to washington, d.c. tom: up next, bill murray takes over america's capital city. jean: then, new at
andrew crossley: new hampshire has a senator who works just as hard as we do. gerardine ferlins: kelly ayotte believes in the potential
of new hampshire, and wants to unleash that potential. ron goguen: she's out there fighting for good-paying jobs. andrew crossley: kelly introduced bipartisan training initiatives to make sure we have the skills for the 21st century. sue winter: she's fought against workplace discrimination - and for equal pay. claude poisson: she's working for the little guy - i'm the little guy. barb fredette: we need kelly fighting for good new hampshire jobs so our kids can raise their families here. sue martin: kelly is a powerful voice for new hampshire's working families. and i approved this message. i'm frank guinta and i approve this message. narrator: new hampshire has one of the worst opiate epidemics in the nation. and frank guinta is leading the charge to fight it. erin canterbury: when i met congressman guinta, it was like a breath of fresh air. he said to me "what can i do?" "how can i help?" narrator: frank guinta founded and chairs the bipartisan task force to combat the heroin epidemic. canterbury: frank guinta understands this is not a democratic issue nor a republican issue. it's a people issue.
jean: a rare show of unity in washington, d.c. last night, thanks to one of america's best loved comedians. mark twain prize for american humor despite the quirky comedian's long list of starring roles he says he is still uncomfortable being the center of attention. >> because they're funny and they're fine people. it is really a nice bunch of people. tom: murray doesn't let the humility stand in the way of a good joke though. before the event murray crashed the white house press briefing.
bought the press corps a coffee machine murray promised to do one better and get them an ice luge. jean: dorothy should have no trouble finding her way home now that enough money has been raised to save her ruby slippers. last week we told you about this. the smithsonian kicked off a fundraiser to restore the shoes used in the "wizard of oz" movie. today it says it has already surpassed the goal. more than 5,000 people in 41 countries contributed to the see you at 6:00. jean: have a great night. narrator: planned parenthood provides many kinds of healthcare. woman: i depend on planned parenthood for birth control. woman: i had my annual physical there. woman: the cancer screenings at planned parenthood are so important. narrator: still, chris sununu cast the deciding vote to eliminate state funding for planned parenthood. chris sununu put partisan politics above women's health care. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. i fought to restore funding for planned
i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch
the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone. tom: there is breaking news at 6:00. a former boy scout leader arrested on a sexual assault charge, and police say there could be more victims. jennifer: tonight the city of nashua taking new safety measures after a teen may have been swept away by heavy rains. tom: hillary clinton back in new
rallying with fellow democratic candidates. what elizabeth warren said that now haskely ayotte firing back. jennifer: a state trooper is okay tonight after he was nearly hit by a truck. there is plenty of damage to his cruiser. >> a look at the cooler week ahead and when to expect more chances for rain. tonight out of new field where a former scout master and town employee is now charged with sexually assaulting a former scout two decades ago. good evening, new hampshire. jennifer: eugene perreault was arrested this morning. wmur's mike cronin just spoke to the police chief and is live with what we're learning about this tonight. mike? mike: right now police are working with multiple alleged victims and they say there could be more.
encouraging them to come forward. this morning 69-year-old eugene perreault was arrested and charged with aggravated felonious sexual assault. more than a week ago, police say a man approached them saying he was victimized by perreault about 20 years ago while he was a boy scout in newfield. at the time, police say the alleged victim was younger than 13 years old. authorities say perreault was a scout master for the boy scouts of america from the mid 1990's through 2006 newfields. police also confirmed perreault was the town health officer, a role he was removed from today. he posted cash bail and will be arraigned december 13. >> it's not unusual for victims of sexual assault to not come forward right away. it is important to remember